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Governor-General at the time of its survey, who was born see Ency. Extract from the Report of County Valuators, A hum of industry, with their many large saw-mills, furniture, table and many other factories, being pushed to their utmost limit.

Their beautiful harbor, the best on Lake Huron or Georgian Bay, affords admirable shipping facilities, and stimulated by the large tract of timber lands on the north, causes a hum of industry along the waterfront and is a general benefit to the town. The beauty of the site on which Wiarton is built places it in a unique position among the towns in the county of Bruce, none other of which can compare with it in picturesqueness. The view from the hill at the south of Wiarton charms every visitor.

At one's feet lies the busy town, with its numerous factories and mills; further on, at the docks, are to be seen crafts of all descriptions.

The cultivated fields on the Keppel side of the bay seem to set off the bold limestone cliffs, commencing almost at the spectator's left hand and extending as far as the eye can reach along the west shore. Beauty of scenery is, however, only one of the natural advantages possessed by Wiarton. Its position at the south end of the peninsula resulted in its being for years the sole market town for all that stretch of country, and, dating from the entrance of the railway, the shipping point as well for all the peninsula could produce from its forests and fields.

Large and predominating are now the interests of Wiarton on Colpoy's Bay, but at first no evidence was given that such was to be the case. Oxenden claims to have been the first place on the bay to receive settlers.

Shortly afterwards another group of settlers took up land at or near where the post-office is which now bears the name of "Colpoy's Bay. In evidence of the total absence of settlement at Wiarton as late as , the author gives an experience of Mr. Miller [2] as related by him. Miller started on foot from "Colpoy's," going southward. When in the town-plot of Wiarton they missed the trail, owing to its being covered with fallen leaves, and were compelled to spend the night in the bush.

Miller is a man who has been identified with Wiarton from its inception until the present day. During these forty years of residence Mr. Miller has ever held a leading position. He was Wiarton's first postmaster, the first Division Court clerk, the first Indian lands agent, the first police magistrate, the first mayor, and also was reeve when the municipality was a village.

Kircudbrightshire, Scotland, is Mr. There he was born, January 25th, When he was ten years of age his family emigrated to Canada and settled at first in Toronto Township, and later in Bentinck. After finishing his course at school, Mr. Miller served as a clerk in a store at Durham. Being desirous of seeing more of the world, he visited and spent a short time in the States.

Returning to Canada, he qualified himself as a schoolteacher, and subsequently taught for four years in Arran and Elderslie. His next venture was that of storekeeping at Paisley.

This business he sold out in July, , and opened a store at Oxenden. In he moved to Wiarton, and has been closely associated in every movement for the welfare and development of the town since then. The claim of James- Lennox [3] to be first settler at Wiarton is undisputed. The date of his arrival was November 16th, His first work was to build a log shanty, this being the first building erected for permanent habitation at Wiarton. James Lennox, at the age of 87 years.

Lennox was born in Ireland in , and came to America in with Ms parents, who settled in New Jersey. The political troubles of the day soon induced the subject of this sketch to again seek the protection of the British flag, and he emigrated to Canada, settling at Guelph for a time, then removing to Mount Forest, and finally, on November 16th , to Wiarton—just thirty-six years previous to the day of his death. Wiarton was practically a wilderness when Mr.

Lennox arrived; all was bush or scrub, and he built the first house in the place, and founded what is to-day the most thriving town in the whole county. He was a staunch Conservative all his life, and espoused the Loyalist cause in the troubles of '37 and ' He was a quiet, highly-respected and law-loving citizen, and his demise is generally regretted.

He leaves an aged widow and two sons in Wiarton, in comfortable circumstances. The absence of anything in the way of a wharf or facilities for shipping in the early days, resulted in the nucleus of the town being established on top of the hill, the business centre being at the corner where Gould Street is crossed by Division Street. There, in , B. Miller built an hotel and opened the post-office, just established. There also John Hodgins and, some months later, David Dinsmore started storekeeping.

After the wharves were constructed and mills had been erected below the hill, the places of business moved to Berford Street, and by Gould Street became what it is now, largely a residential street. In a steamer owned at Collingwood, named the Hero, called once or twice a week.

This service was improved upon in , when the steamer Champion, Captain Monk, owned by John Hodgins, above mentioned, made daily trips to Owen Sound, thus connecting the little settlement with the world at large.

It was not long after the dock was built that a storehouse followed close at hand, the owner being B. Among the business men of Wiarton in the sixties, besides those already mentioned, should be named R.

Greenlees, merchant, and J. Paterson, druggist; also Thomas Gilpin and Dr. Williams, who erected the first saw-mill. In a Directory of Ontario, that claimed to be revised to January, , is to be found a description of Wiarton, somewhat as follows: Other names of residents to be found in this Directory besides those previously mentioned in this chapter are, Miss Martha Gilpin, school-teacher, Rev. Smith, ministers, both of the Bible Christian denomination.

There were two hotels, kept by Joseph Crandon and Mrs. A Directory of a later date, published in April, , has the following items regarding Wiarton: A steamboat makes daily trips to Owen Sound. A tri-weekly stage runs to Owen Sound carrying the mails, but after May 1st there is to be a daily stage.

There is an office of the telegraph company and a grist mill lately been opened and run by W. Jones, respectively, also a planing mill run by F. Lickman and a tannery by D. There were four churches, of which the oldest was that of the Church of England, erected in Campbell was the minister in charge. The prospect of a railway reaching Wiarton caused the population to increase rapidly. An increase of population called for an increase of school accommodation.

In the same year church buildings were erected by the Presbyterians and the Disciples; the latter edifice was of brick, the other was frame. These two buildings gave a total of six churches in a village which two years later, in , only claimed to have a population of Denominationalism was certainly a feature in Wiarton at that time.

Before passing to another topic, it might be as well to state that in the two congregations, Presbyterians and Congregationalists, united and so formed a large body. Up to the Wiarton Presbyterians were included in the home mission work of the Presbyterian Church, but when the Rev. Millard was inducted as minister, June 25th of that year, the charge was erected to the status of a self-sustained congregation. Wiarton became an incorporated village by special Act of Parliament, [43 Vic.

The reason a special Act of incorporation was necessary arose from the fact that there was not in the original town plot of Wiarton a population sufficient in number to comply with the requirements of the Municipal Act, [A Population of over , within acres, was what the ''Municipal Act," R. So the Act omitted from the area of the village Ranges 3, 4, 5 and 6 of park lots to the west of the town in the original survey, while it added thereto all now in the town plot east of the county line Berford street , most of which was in the original survey of the township of Keppel.

The population at the time of incorporation was given as Bingham, and others whose names have not been learned. Doupe and Jermyn were instructed to negotiate the loan, which necessitated their travelling on foot to Owen Sound as no conveyance was available. They secured the money. Bingham, Ashcroft and J. Jermyn were appointed a deputation to proceed to Toronto to lobby the bill through. They went via Own Sound, on the old narrow-gauge railway.

The trip took one whole day. The bill was given in charge of Donald Sinclair, the then member of this riding for the local Legislature.

The minutes of the first council meeting were written on paper and with pen and ink purchased by Messrs. Millar and Jermyn, each giving five cents! That's the way the village of Wiarton was started off. James Grier was appointed by the Act of incorporation to be the returning officer to hold the first nomination and election of a reeve and four councillors.

The Agricultural Hall was where the nomination was held, and there, too, the village council held its first meeting on March 22nd, The members of the first Council were: Jermyn, councillors; Thomas D.

Galloway, clerk; Neil McMillan, treasurer. In the following December the wardens of Bruce and Grey met with the village reeve, and it was decided that the county of Bruce should assume the proportion of indebtedness that the Keppel part of Wiarton owed the county of Grey.

On becoming a separate municipality the financial claims of the two townships, in which the village had developed, for debts incurred had to be provided for.

But the inhabitants of Wiarton have never been backward in assuming such burdens if there was a prospect of the betterment of the town thereby. This optimistic spirit has induced what many of Wiarton's people think the assuming of a burden of debt too large, considering the size of the place.

Certainly it resulted in the town having to ask the Legislative Assembly in to pass an Act to consolidate the debt of the town and extend the payment over thirty years.

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Hermitage and Gatehouse Museum. Highlands Cinemeas and Movie Museum. Tribal class destroyer museum ship. Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards. Homewood Museum Maitland, Ontario. Huron County Marine Museum.

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